Tshwane residents urged to save water

File: The water sampling was conducted in several places in the area including the Temba Water Treatment Works, Kekana Primary School, Refentse Clinic and Hammanskraal Secondary School.

File: Levels for the dams feeding Cape Town are standing at 80-percent, making it the city's highest in four years.

AFP

PRETORIS - Tshwane residents are being urged to use water sparingly in an effort to minimise water-related interruptions.

Water meters in some areas are being restricted as reservoirs have reached critical levels.

READ: Water restrictions underway in Tshwane

Rooihuiskraal, Blair Atholl, Valhalla, Erasmia, Bakenkop, Heuweloord and The Reeds will be restricted in order to open up supply to Laudium, Atteridgeville and Saulsville residents.

Darryl Moss, MMC for Utility Services in the City of Tshwane, said Rand Water is under severe pressure from their water sources.

Since the city obtains 70 percent of their water from the company, the supply is limited.

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